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Exposure to sunlight will affect any leather or fabric to some degree, keeping out of direct sunlight is recommended. You can view our range of fabric and leather beds here https://www.snooze.com.au/collections/beds.
Posted on May 09, 2019
Depending what type of leather bed it is. If it is bonded leather, for sure it will, top grain leather will have less of an effect. Then you have leatherette or faux leather which is even worse. You want to make sure you find out who makes the bed, make sure you buy from a reputable furniture distributor.
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Posted on Apr 21, 2015
Leather beds, just like fabric beds,
are not immune to the fading effect of direct sunlight. Even if you bought a
quality leather bed you should avoid exposing it to direct sunlight in order to
properly maintain the bed.
Leather beds, just like fabric beds, are not immune to the fading effect of direct sunlight. Even if you bought a quality leather bed you should avoid exposing it to direct sunlight in order to properly maintain the bed.
Posted on Aug 20, 2012
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Leather stand up to tear and wear very well. In order to properly maintain your bed, you'll need to remove the dust with a slightly damp cloth. Moreover, you should keep the bed at least 30 cm away from direct heat source to fervent it from drying out.
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